Daniel TitzeHydrodynamic/Wave Modeler
In the News:
- Developing a Realtime Flood Forecast Modeling System in the Mountainous Lake Champlain Basin, Ripple Effect: Page 16, 09/2020
- New Great Lakes research collaborative eyes funding threats, Great Lakes Echo, 6/7/2017
Dan is a Hydrodynamic/Wave Modeler working alongside Dr. Dmitry Beletsky (CIGLR) and the Lake Champlain team on a hydrodynamic model and forecasting system for the lake. He did his graduate work at the Large Lakes Observatory in Duluth focusing on physical processes in Lake Superior, with an emphasis on winter conditions. Dan has experience on both the modeling and observational sides of Great Lakes research and holds a PH.D. in Water Resources Science from the University of Minnesota – Duluth.
- PH.D., Water Resources Science, University of Minnesota – Duluth, 2016
- M.S., Water Resources Science, University of Minnesota – Duluth, 2013
- B.S., Environmental / Environmental Health Engineering, Michigan Technological University, 2007
Research Interest/Area of Expertise:
- Winter Limnology
- Physical Processes in Lake Superior
- Great Lakes Climate
Titze, D.J. and J.A. Austin. 2016. “Novel, direct observations of ice on Lake Superior during the high ice coverage of winter 2013-2014.” Journal of Great Lakes Research. 42(5):997-1006. (DOI:10.1016/j.jglr.2016.07.026). [Altmetric Score]
Titze, D.J. and J.A. Austin. 2014. “Winter thermal structure of Lake Superior.” Limnology and Oceanography. 59(4):1336-1348. (DOI:10.4319/lo.2014.59.4.1336).
- Titze, D.J., D. Beletsky, J. Feyen, L. Mason, E. Anderson, J. Kessler, L. Read, W. Saunders, P. Chu, and D. Lee. June 11, 2020. “Developing a Hydrologic-Hydrodynamic-Wave Flood Forecasting System for Lake Champlain.” NOAA-FVCOM Virtual Workshop.
- Titze, D.J., and J.A. Austin. May 17, 2017. “Sensitivity of Great Lakes Ice Cover to Air Temperature.” Oral Presentation. 60th Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research. Detroit, MI.
- Titze, D.J. September 7, 2017. “A Hydrodynamic Model of Lake Superior and the St. Louis River Estuary.” Apostle Islands Nearshore Group. Webinar.
- Titze, D.J. March 1, 2017. “A Realistic 3D Model of Water Currents in the St. Louis River Estuary: Applications for the estuary community and beyond.” Twin Ports Freshwater Folk Monthly Seminar. Duluth, MN.
- Titze, D.J. November 15, 2016. “Our Icy Inland Sea: Lake Superior and its sensitivity to Climate Change.” Grad Talks Seminar Series. University of Minnesota Duluth, Duluth, MN.
- Titze, D.J., and J.A. Austin. May 31, 2016. “Direct observations of ice cover on Lake Superior.” Oral Presentation. 23rd Annual IAHR International Symposium on Ice. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.
- Titze, D.J., and J.A. Austin. May 28, 2015. “Below-ice observations in Lake Superior during the cold 2013-2014 winter.” Oral Presentation. 58th Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research. University of Vermont, Burlington, VT.
- Titze, D.J. October 15, 2015. “Ice observations in Lake Superior.” Department of Earth Sciences Soft Rock Seminar Series. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.
- Titze, D.J. October 24, 2013. “Observations of the winter thermal structure of Lake Superior.” Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Seminar. University of Wisconsin Madison, Madison, WI.
- Titze, D.J. September 19, 2013. “Observations of the winter thermal structure of Lake Superior.” Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences Institute Seminar. Michigan Technological University, Houghton, MI.
- Titze, D.J., and J.A. Austin. June 6, 2013. “Interannual variability in Lake Superior thermal structure (2005-2012) as observed through an extensive mooring array.” Oral Presentation. IAGLR 56th Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research. Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN.